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Invitation to Sustainable Small Farm Summit (online) - March 18-21

 
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It's been a <COLD> winter, so I spent my time planning this event to kick off spring.
This is dedicated to beginning & new farmers as well as wanna-be farmers.

Join me March 18-21 in the upcoming FREE & ONLINE Sustainable Small Farm Summit an exciting gathering of 18 farmers and activists who are coming together to share valuable insights into the often neglected business side of farming. Our goal is to support new farmers and people transitioning into farming to become even more effective at creating ecologically AND economically viable plans. I hope you will join us.

Click Here to Register for Free!

It’s best to register now, so you can see the schedule and mark the sessions you’d like to attend.
Registering also gives you access to 48-hour free replays.

You'll notice there are a couple topics that apply to anyone growing food or planning a project:

Chris Wayne: Stealing Market Savvy - Standing Out at the Farmers Market
Rachel Armstrong & Laura Fisher: Farm Risk Management
Crystal Stewart: Holistic Management Decision Making
Tradd Cotter: Mushroom Cultivation & Production
Richard Wiswall: Farming Smarter, Not Harder
Mark Smallwood: Can Small Farm Organic Production Feed the World?
Nannett Cepero: Five Uncommon Crops in Cold Urban Areas
Tammy Hinman: Goal Setting for New Farmers
Lindsey Shute: How You Can Help National Young Farmers’ Coalition Help You
Zach Wolf: Your Relationship to Soil Fertility Management
Curtis Stone: Small Plot Farming >> on Borrowed Land
HOST Stacey Murphy: Understanding Your Finances - Tools & Strategies
Dennis Derryck: Growing the Local Movement with Food Hubs
Connor Stedman: Five Research & Development Opportunities for Regenerative Agriculture
Dru Rivers: Production Flower Farming
Joel Salatin: Farm Strategies from Polyface Farms

Yes, there will be an OPTIONAL upgrade package if the 4 days of learning leaves you wanting more. Totally optional.

Come join us!
Click Here to Sign Up for Free!


Peace & carrots,
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Signed up, looks great and the price ain't that bad (0.00)
 
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I'm getting really excited about this

For those of you who don't want to miss anything I've attached a calendar of the speakers time slots (hopefully it changes to your timezone correctly).

If you have outlook you can double click the file to add it to your calendars.
If you have google calendar you can just import it.

Download ICS file

Happy learning everyone.
 
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This starts in less than an hour!
 
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I found the segment on Mushrooms today to be really interesting. Hopefully on the next set, I won't have my kids bouncing off the walls and will be able to focus on it better.
 
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Thank you! The mushroom culvation session is very timely as I have a couple thousand plugs and some sawdust spawn ready for logs.
 
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Anyone see how to view the talks that we missed? It says something about clicking a welcome tab but I am not seeing one. Am I blind?
 
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Cassie Langstraat wrote:Anyone see how to view the talks that we missed? It says something about clicking a welcome tab but I am not seeing one. Am I blind?



I found the recorded mushroom session under the schedule tab. Sessions are available for 48 hours after they occur. This should take you there ~ http://www.smallfarmsummit.org/welcome/
 
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Ah thanks!!!
 
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